Spirits Unbroken: The Story Of Three Years In A Civilian Internment Camp, Under The Japanese, At Baguio And At Old Bilibid Prison In The Philippines From December, 1941, To February, 1945
"FOREWORD The lives of 500 American men, women, and children interned at Baguio in the Philippines for more than three years were of little consequence to the Japanese in their excursion to the south for the glory of their Empire. Yet, each day of that time had to be lived by the small community of internees — with little news of the progress of the war, with food supplies decreasing from day to day, with births and deaths, and weddings, too. That Renton Hind was able to chronicle the day-to-day life of an American community behind barbed wire in the Philippines is no small achievement in the light of his story, but bigger than this is the story itself...."
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